Old Muskegon fire station could be sold tonight | News
MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - The City of Muskegon appears to have a buyer for its old central fire station. The building has been for sale since it closed in 2007.
The city commission could vote tonight to sell the building to a local developer for $1. The agreement is with Parkland Muskegon Incorporated and company owner Jon Rooks. Rooks also owns the Muskegon Shoreline Inn and other area businesses.
The purchase agreement would require Rooks to invest $100,000 in the building and move his corporate offices into the old station after renovations are complete.
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